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Most people who have seen live giant pandas have done so at a zoo. Some are lucky enough to visit panda breeding centers in Sichuan province.
Sixteen-year-old Vera Kalinina, from Sudoverf, Russia, was thrilled to see live pandas on Monday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Sichuan province.
A giant panda that underwent surgery this month to remove an intestinal blockage is recovering well, according to experts at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.
A pack of newborn panda twins will greet visitors to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda during the seven-day National Day holiday that starts on Oct 1.
Nine sets of giant panda twins have been born in Sichuan province so far this year, boosting confidence in the survival of the endangered species.
Er Shun gave birth to her first cub at 3:31 am on Tuesday at the Toronto Zoo; the second cub was born at 3:44 am. The first born cub weighed 187.7 grams and the other one was 115 grams. Mother and babies all appear to be doing well, according to zoo officials.